Featured events – Student News, August 28

  • One Hundredth Factorial: Puzzles and Games
    Every Wednesday 12 pm to 2 pm – Hub Central level 4
    The MLC brings games and puzzles to Hub Central! Drop in to do a big sudoku as a group, build with a construction toy, become the pieces in a giant game, or play with a number or geometry puzzle. Everyone is welcome!


  • Get a FREE lunch every fortnight during semester!
    30 August,12 pm to 2 pm – Barr Smith Lawns
    It’s FREE Member lunch time again and this week it’s everyone’s favourite: pizza! Not a member? Join today
  • 2019 Public Lecture by Professor Julia Gillard
    3 September, 11 am – Bonython Hall
    Please join us for Professor Julia Gillard’s annual public lecture at the University of Adelaide. At this exclusive University of Adelaide event, Professor Gillard will discuss mental health in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.


  • Transitioning to work
    5 September, 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
    Find out what it’s like to transition into working full time with this insider event! Hear from Adelaide University Alumni representing Government, Finance, and Engineering Sectors, so book your tickets now and learn more about navigating the current job market!
  • Study Overseas event – Bragging Rites
    5 September 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm – UniBar
    Are you a Study Overseas alumnus? Join us for our annual Bragging Rites event with FREE pizza and your first drink FREE!
    Consisting of a trivia competition, our annual Pitch Perfect competition, sign-up opportunities for University activities, and prizes to win, RSVP now for this fantastic event!


  • Improving Life on Earth in Space
    5 September, 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm – North Terrace campus
    The microgravity environment is a new frontier for discovery and innovation. Already today important breakthroughs are taking place in space, in medicine and technology. Learn how science in space will affect life on Earth. Presented by Jana Stoudemire, Commercial Innovation Officer at Space Tango, Kentucky U.S.A. Book your seat now!


  • Provocation number 2
    6 September, 5:30 pm to 9:30 pm – in.Cafe, Pirie St
    Can we be both scholars and critics? How does research management manage us?
    Register now and join this group of provocateurs, including Andrew Gibson, Jennifer Rutherford and James Ley, as they address our Provocation for 2019: Scholarship is the New Conservative.
  • LCE German Night
    6 September, 6 pm to 8 pm – Eclipse Function Room
    The Language and Cultural Engagement program (LCE) is back again with German Night! Dinner is included, all students are welcome and bookings are essential. So get your FREE ticket now for a fun-filled event!


  • PsychBall 2019: Spring Fling
    Spring clean your calendars! The Psychology Students’ Association invites you to say aloe to PsychBall 2019: Spring Fling!
    Throw down your roots at: Ayers House
      In bloom: 6 September, 7pm
    Tickets: $85 non-members, $80 members
    Thistle be an event for both social butterflies and wallflowers alike. Don’t miss it!
  • Engineering for Space – A talk by Dr. Ady James
    12 September, 6:00 pm – Kerr Grant lecture theatre
    Come along to this FREE public lecture, where Dr James uses his experience to discuss the process of translating scientific goals into a viable instrument design on a spacecraft. Come along and learn how space instrumentation is developed from a systems perspective.”

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